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Furtemba Sherpa reaches half way goal of cycling around the world

Furtemba Sherpa has been cycling around the world since 2003 promoting world peace, environmental protection and social harmony. His goal: to visit 151 countries by 2020.  To date, Furtemba has achieved over 50% of this goal and has toured 81 countries so far, clocked in over 84,300km in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, the Caribbean, Central and South America and now Africa. Furtemba's aim is to challenge our communities and leaders to do as much as they can to create sustainable, environmentally friendly alternatives to many of our current practices especially with transport initiatives.

Adventure Company Group Leader summits Everest!

On 19 May 2012, Jagan, one of our most experienced trekking leaders in Nepal, successfully conquered the 8,848m peak of Mt Everest!

 

 

 

World's smallest man outlines Everest ambitions

The world's smallest man is planning to scale Mount Everest - the tallest peak on the planet.

Free talk on trekking Nepal this Thursday

Join James Ingham at Stanfords this Thursday for as he gives a free talk on trekking in the Himalaya. 

Britons would love to scale Mt Everest

Britons would try to conquer Mount Everest if they were fit enough.

Young Irishman plans Everest mission

A Belfast student wants to become the youngest ever Irishman to scale Mount Everest.

Legendary explorer completes Himalayan mission

Legendary explorer Apa Sherpa has completed his epic journey across the Himalayas.

Chitwan National Park 'is one of the most popular in Nepal'

The Chitwan National Park is one of the most popular nature reserves in Nepal.

US mountaineers bid to tackle Everest again

Some US mountaineers will attempt to scale Mount Everest again in 2012, with one climber aiming to break a world record.